Question about 2006 Hyundai Tiburon
Due to tight working space, it can be very difficult to apply the pressure required to connect the many wiring harnesses to the back of the BCM. It is very possible that some of these connectors were not fully connected.
The BCM is the box into which your fuses are plugged. There are a small number of connections on the front of it, but there are many more on the back. Remove the plastic trim from around the BCM, reach in behind it and make sure that every connector is properly connected.
The connectors will lock in place with a hefty 'click' sound when they're all the way in.
The problem could also be caused by other connectors in the dash, including the splice connectors.
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
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